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Senior High School Curriculum
the Arts-in-Life Curriculum
Abstract The purpose of this study is to understand the arrangement and implementation of arts-in-life curriculum, the needs of teachers on further education concerning arts-in-life curriculum, and their viewpoints on the draft plan of arts-in-life curriculum for 2003, also to predict the feasibility of the new plan. This study adopted questionnaire survey and interview to investigate high school music teachers from 52 public and private school in the four counties/cities in Central Taiwan. Self-developed “Survey on the Current Status of the Arts-in-Life Curriculum in Senior High Schools in Central Taiwan” and “Interview Outline on the Current Status of the Arts-in-Life Curriculum in Senior High Schools in Central Taiwan” were used as research tools. A total of 55 questionnaires were sent on November 10, 2003, and 42 were return; the valid return rate was 76.4%. Two music teachers from each of the four counties/cities were randomly selected for interview. The research results and conclusions are as follow. About 85% high schools never arranged arts-in-life curriculum. The main topic in arts-in-life curriculum was time art; other fields of art were used as supplementary materials. The instructional materials and approaches were diverse and flexible; the effect was satisfactory. Music teachers expressed strong will to pursue further education, but scanty training programs were offered and the information channels for training programs were scarce. Concerning the viewpoint on the draft plan of arts-in-life curriculum for 2003, teachers believed that qualified teachers are key factors to the success of the plan. It is suggested to offer training programs according teachers’ needs, arrange new courses based on teachers’ specialties, expand the scope of art learning for students through art-focused organizations, and improve the discrepancy between teaching in urban and rural areas, in order to utilize community art resources to assist in art education. The abovementioned suggestions are proposed to aid the planning of the new arts-in-life curriculum for 2003 and correct the existing problems on art-in-life curriculum.
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